Good Morning PCS Panthers…

TODAY is Friday, October 13th, 2023.,                                   It is a “ B “  Day

“ Attention all students in Grades 7-12, do you love Halloween?  Do you like to be scared?  If so Portville School will be taking a trip to the Nightmare Hayrides in Ellicottville, Next Friday October 20th.  The bus will depart the school at 5:30 and return around 10pm.  Space is limited and seats will be reserved on a first come first serve basis.  To reserve your spot pick up a permission slip outside of Mrs. Smith’s room 203.  To enjoy the Nightmare Hayride, the Gothic Barn and the Haunted Wooden Maze, just return your slip to Mrs. Smith.”


Attention students in grades 7-12 there will be a beekeeping meeting on Tuesday, October 17th in Mr. Canfield’s room after school.  New members are always welcome!  This is an experience that you just don’t want to miss.  See Mr. Canfield if you have any questions.


Have you ever been interested in piloting or working on a race drone? Here’s your chance. Rocket Drones are officially at PCS, and we are starting a race team. Our first meeting will be for any interested 9th - 12th grade students on Thursday October 19th during period X in the envisioneering center. Please sign up outside the envisioneering center and see Mr. Burlingame or Mr. Suain if you have any questions.


Now for some news for the PCS Sports World:

Any student interested in playing a Winter sport, this includes Basketball, Wrestling, Competitive Cheer, and Boys Volleyball....signup sheets are in the math hallway. If your name is not on a list, it is assumed you aren't interested in participating. Modified sports begin on November 1st while Varsity & JV will begin on November 13th. 


Congratulations to the girls JV soccer team on their big 2-0 victory against Allegany-Limestone last evening. Kiyah Mohr scored the first goal with an assist from Samantha Bray and Allie Bray finished off the scoring with a goal on her own. Bella Morales had the shutout in goal. And With defeating Allegany last evening, the team end Ed their season 7-1-1. Once again congratulations girls on a strong season and good luck to the varsity team as they begin their run in playoffs next week. 


The Boys varsity soccer team completed their regular season last night with a win over Salamanca/ Catt LV with a score of 9-2. Marcus Wilson had a hat trick, while Vic Vena, Simon Szymanski, Logan Zeigler, Riley Horsley, Aiden Richardson, and Birthday boy Gave Evans each had a goal.   The boys will enter their post season play as the 5th seed and take on 4th seeded Roy-Hart, next Thursday at 3:30 in Roy-Hart. Best of luck boys!